Focus T25 Review

Shaun T’s new program is HERE!  Yeah!!  I don’t think I’ve heard this much excitement for a program even when comparing it to Tony Horton’s P90X2 or another of Shaun’s programs – INSANITY Asylum.

I’ll break it all down in this blog post.  What is Focus T25?  What equipment is needed for Focus T25?  What is included?  What is the difficulty level?  How do I get started with Focus T25?

Focus T25 Review – What Is It?

Beachbody’s new workout from trainer Shaun T that is only 5 days a week and 25 minutes a day.
Focus T25 Review

Focus T25 Review – What Equipment Is Needed?

That is the cool thing; NO equipment is needed other than an optional floor mat.  I would highly suggest some type of mat at a minimum or a soft but firm floor.   You will  need some lighter weights once you move up to the Gamma phase and for a few of the workouts in the Beta phase.  The maximum amount that you would want to use would be 20 or 25 pounds.  The Gamma phase is not part of the base package and is the 3rd and last phase for Focus T25.  Get your Focus T25 Challenge Pack here.

What’s Included? A Focus T25 Review

Focus T25 has 3 phases:  Alpha, Beta and Gamma.  Each consist of 5 weeks.  Each phase builds upon the previous to challenge you even more.  There is also a modifier in each DVD workout.  If you remember Tania from INSANITY, she walks you through a modifier way to do each move if you need a less intense version of T25 but still want results.   Tania participated in the test group for T25 right after she had a baby and had incredible results; losing 60 pounds!  Well done!

A break down of what DVD workouts are included in each phase:

Alpha – Cardio, Speed 1.0, Total Body Circuit, Ab Intervals, Lower Focus and Stretch

Beta – Core Cardio, Speed 2.0, Rip’t Ciruit, Dynamic Core, Upper Focus and Core Speed.  Core Speed is a bonus workout that is included only when purchased through a Beachbody coach like me :-).

Gamma – Rip’t Up, Speed 3.0, Extreme Circuit, and The Pyramid.

Each workout is only 25 minutes with an option 2-3 minute cool down at the end.  With the time frame of each workout it makes it pretty hard to say I don’t have time to fit it into my schedule today.  Before you talk yourself out of it, you’re done!

My Focus T25 Review below:

: Focus T25 Review

Focus T25 Difficulty Level

There are no breaks in T25.  There are some “active rests” if you call that a break, but you are going the whole time.  The whole idea is to completely FOCUS and push yourself for the full 25 minutes to get the most out of it.  If you are going to workout, you might as well push yourself the whole time and get on with your day!      When you cut your workout time in half for the day, that certainly frees up a lot of extra time for the rest of our busy days.

Where Do I Start?

Get started with T25 today and I will guide you through it so you can have your own story of success to share and feel great!

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